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D-A-D Frontman Jesper Binzer Talks New Album: “We Experimented a Lot in the Past, But on This Record We Wanted to Sound Instantly Recognizable as D-A-D”

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Scandinavian rock and roll legends D-A-D took their time to record their new album A Prayer for the Loud, but the wait was certainly worth it! The new songs fall right into the vintage D-A-D mold, and will surely please the long time fans, with a clear musical link to classic D-A-D albums such as No Fuel Left For The Pilgrims and Riskin’ It All.

The band worked on A Prayer for the Loud for three years in-between tours, and produced it at Grapehouse Studios in Copenhagen. Having experimented a lot in previous albums, this time they wanted something that would jump of the speakers and immediately stand out as a D-A-D track. As discussed at length in our review of the album, the end result is a collection of gritty and dirty numbers, a high point in their lengthy career.

Dialing in from the distant Copenhagen, D-A-D’s singer Jesper Binzer spoke to our interview’s hustler Rodrigo Altaf about everything that transpired during those long three years until the album came to life. Find all about this and much more in the interview below, and remember to subscribe to our Podcast in several platforms to listen and be notified about new interviews and contents we publish on a daily basis.

Slideshow photographs courtesy of World of Metal.

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